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Assessing the legacy of the ICTY, edited by Richard H. Steinberg, (electronic resource)

Label
Assessing the legacy of the ICTY
Title
Assessing the legacy of the ICTY
Statement of responsibility
edited by Richard H. Steinberg
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Summary
"This collection of essays assesses the legacy established by the most important international criminal tribunal since the Nuremberg and Tokyo war crimes trials, and considers what might be done to enhance or modify the legacy of the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia (ICTY), including improvement of the capacity of state courts in the region to prosecute violations of humanitarian law by using the Tribunal's documents, evidence, law, and practice. The essays are derived from a conference, Assessing the Legacy of the ICTY, which was convened in the Hague. Participants included over 375 stakeholders from the former Yugoslavia; officals from the Tribunal's Chambers, Registry, and the Office of the Prosecutor; justice ministers and other government officials from Europe; and all elements of civil society-representatives of nongovernmental organizations, lawyers, and academics"--Provided by publisher
Dewey number
341.6/90268
Index
index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
  • dictionaries
  • bibliography
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorDate
1960-
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorName
Steinberg, Richard H.
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • International Tribunal for the Prosecution of Persons Responsible for Serious Violations of International Humanitarian Law Committed in the Territory of the Former Yugoslavia since 1991
  • International criminal courts
  • War crime trials
  • Yugoslav War, 1991-1995
Label
Assessing the legacy of the ICTY, edited by Richard H. Steinberg, (electronic resource)
Instantiates
Publication
Antecedent source
unknown
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents
  • Machine generated contents note: pt. I Introduction: Alternative Visions -- ch. 1 Constructing the Legacy of the ICTY / Richard H. Steinberg -- ch. 2 National Ownership: The Key Concept of the Tribunal's Legacy Vision / Patrick L. Robinson -- ch. 3 Visions of the Legacy / Ed Kronenburg -- pt. II The ICTY Legacy Strategy and Legacy Projects: Views from the Tribunal and Other International Organizations -- ch. 4 Outstanding Questions / Geoffrey Robertson -- ch. 5 Creating a Legacy that Supports Sustainable Rule of Law in the Region / Patrick L. Robinson -- ch. 6 The Legacy of the ICTY: Fair Trials and Cooperation with Local Courts / Serge Brammertz -- ch. 7 Optimizing the Effectiveness of the Knowledge Transfer: The Significance of Inter-Institutional Cooperation between the ICTY, ODIHR, and UNICRI / Janez Lenarcic -- ch. 8 Peace Building and Security Through Information / Francesco Marelli
  • Contents note continued: ch. 9 The Legacy of the ICTY: Multiple Levels of Cooperation and Necessary Undertakings / John Hocking -- ch. 10 The ICTY Legacy Strategy and Legacy Projects of the ICTY / Pierre Mirel -- pt. III Plans for the Long Term: The Residual Mechanism(s) and the ICTY Archives and Information Centers -- ch. 11 Core Issues: Establishing Archives and the Residual Mechanism / Navanethem Pillay -- ch. 12 The Role of the UN Security Council in Preserving the Legacy of the Tribunals: Establishment of a Residual Mechanism and Preservation of Archives / Konrad G. Buehler -- ch. 13 A Home Away from Home / Peter van der Vliet -- ch. 14 How Best to Preserve the Records of the ICTY / Elizabeth Emmerson -- ch. 15 The Role of the UN Archives in the Long-Term Legacy of the ICTY / Bridget Sisk -- ch. 16 The Availability and Accessibility of ICTY Archives via Information Centers / Catherine Marchi-Uhel
  • Contents note continued: ch. 17 Preserving the ICTY Legacy Through Partnership, Oversight, and a Regional Institution / Natasa Kandic -- ch. 18 The Critical Role of the Security Council in Preserving the Long-Term Legacy of the Tribunal / Larry D. Johnson -- pt. IV Importance of the ICTY Legacy for Victims and Communities in the Former Yugoslavia -- ch. 19 Everything to Everyone: Debate over the Final Location of the ICTY Archives / Gabrielle Kirk McDonald -- ch. 20 The Need for Large-Scale Victim Reparations / Vesna Terselic -- ch. 21 History, Myths, and the Promotion of Truth: Transforming the ICTY Legacy into a Living Memorial / Mirsad Tokaca -- ch. 22 Victims' Perspectives / Edin Ramulic -- ch. 23 The Relevance of the ICTY Legacy for the Victims and Communities in Bosnia and Herzegovina / Smail Cekic -- ch. 24 Building the ICTY Legacy for Local Communities / Mirko Klarin
  • Contents note continued: ch. 25 A Long Road Yet to Reconciliation: The Impact of the ICTY on Reconciliation and Victims' Perceptions of Criminal Justice / Refik Hodzic -- ch. 26 The ICTY Legacy in Finding Missing Persons / Lina Milner -- ch. 27 Historical Reflection and Peace Building for the Region / Kelly Askin -- ch. 28 The Archives as a Means of Confronting the Past / Bogdan Ivanisevic -- ch. 29 Turning Darkness into Light: The Quest for Justice by Srebrenica's Mothers / Munira Subasic -- pt. V Building the Capacity of National Legal Systems in the Region -- ch. 30 The Legacy of the ICTY: National and International Efforts in Capacity Building / Mark S. Ellis -- ch. 31 UN Capacity Building: Basing Efforts on Nationally-Assessed Goals, Policies, and Needs / Shelley Inglis -- ch. 32 The European Union and Its Role in Providing Support to the Regional Entities / Vincent Degert -- ch. 33 U.S. Efforts to Build Capacity in the Former Yugoslavia / Barbara M. Carlin
  • Contents note continued: ch. 34 The ICTY's Continuation Strategy: Partnership with Regional Judges and Attorneys / Fausto Pocar -- ch. 35 International Facilitation of the Self-Determined Development of the Legal System of the Former Yugoslavia / Bakone Justice Moloto -- ch. 36 The Evolution of Capacity Building Through Direct Interaction: A Prosecutor's Perspective / Norman Farrell -- ch. 37 Capacity Building: The Institutional War Crimes Legacy of the ICTY and the International Donor Community in Bosnia and Herzegovina / David Schwendiman -- ch. 38 Lessons for Teachers: Reflections on the Implementation of Capacity Building Programs in the Former Yugoslavia / Ivan Jovanovic -- pt. VI National War Crimes Proceedings: Views of Judges, Prosecutors, and Others in the Region -- ch. 39 The Transplant of Customary Law and ICTY Jurisprudence to the Courts in Bosnia and Herzegovina / Meddzida Kreso -- ch. 40 Long-Term Accountability / Milorad Barasin
  • Contents note continued: ch. 41 The Independence of the Croatian Judiciary / Branko Hrvatin -- ch. 42 Prosecution of War Crimes in Croatia / Mladen Bajic -- ch. 43 Creating a Legacy of Cooperation / Sinisa Vazic -- ch. 44 On Regional Cooperation, Progress, and the International Legacy of the ICTY / Vladimir Vukcevic -- pt. VII The Way Forward -- ch. 45 The Impact of Discourse on the Legacy of the Tribunal / Richard Dicker -- ch. 46 The Way Forward / Patrick L. Robinson -- ch. 47 Key Elements and Leading Actors in the Comprehensive Legacy Strategy of the Tribunal / John Hocking -- ch. 48 Rule of Law and the Ambition of a Regional Legacy: Overcoming Political Challenges / Richard H. Steinberg -- ch. 49 The ICTY Legacy Strategy: Responsibilities and Abilities of the International Community and The Netherlands / Ernst Hirsch Ballin -- ch. 50 Preserving the Legacy of the ICTY: A Blueprint for the Future / Srdan Arnaut -- ch. 51 The Effect of the ICTY on the Region / Ivan Simonovic
  • Contents note continued: ch. 52 Creating a Legacy for Robust Defense / Tomislav Visnjic -- pt. VIII Conclusions: Convergence and Hope -- ch. 53 Constructing the Legacy: Convergence Among the Stakeholders / Richard H. Steinberg -- ch. 54 Hope for the Future of Justice / Ernst Hirsch Ballin -- ch. 55 The Virtues of Patience and Open Discourse / Patrick L. Robinson
Control code
ocn817583903
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource (xxvi, 316 pages)
File format
unknown
Form of item
online
Isbn
9789004215641
Level of compression
unknown
Note
eBooks on EBSCOhost
Other control number
10.1163/9789004215641
Quality assurance targets
unknown
Reformatting quality
access
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)817583903
Label
Assessing the legacy of the ICTY, edited by Richard H. Steinberg, (electronic resource)
Publication
Antecedent source
unknown
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents
  • Machine generated contents note: pt. I Introduction: Alternative Visions -- ch. 1 Constructing the Legacy of the ICTY / Richard H. Steinberg -- ch. 2 National Ownership: The Key Concept of the Tribunal's Legacy Vision / Patrick L. Robinson -- ch. 3 Visions of the Legacy / Ed Kronenburg -- pt. II The ICTY Legacy Strategy and Legacy Projects: Views from the Tribunal and Other International Organizations -- ch. 4 Outstanding Questions / Geoffrey Robertson -- ch. 5 Creating a Legacy that Supports Sustainable Rule of Law in the Region / Patrick L. Robinson -- ch. 6 The Legacy of the ICTY: Fair Trials and Cooperation with Local Courts / Serge Brammertz -- ch. 7 Optimizing the Effectiveness of the Knowledge Transfer: The Significance of Inter-Institutional Cooperation between the ICTY, ODIHR, and UNICRI / Janez Lenarcic -- ch. 8 Peace Building and Security Through Information / Francesco Marelli
  • Contents note continued: ch. 9 The Legacy of the ICTY: Multiple Levels of Cooperation and Necessary Undertakings / John Hocking -- ch. 10 The ICTY Legacy Strategy and Legacy Projects of the ICTY / Pierre Mirel -- pt. III Plans for the Long Term: The Residual Mechanism(s) and the ICTY Archives and Information Centers -- ch. 11 Core Issues: Establishing Archives and the Residual Mechanism / Navanethem Pillay -- ch. 12 The Role of the UN Security Council in Preserving the Legacy of the Tribunals: Establishment of a Residual Mechanism and Preservation of Archives / Konrad G. Buehler -- ch. 13 A Home Away from Home / Peter van der Vliet -- ch. 14 How Best to Preserve the Records of the ICTY / Elizabeth Emmerson -- ch. 15 The Role of the UN Archives in the Long-Term Legacy of the ICTY / Bridget Sisk -- ch. 16 The Availability and Accessibility of ICTY Archives via Information Centers / Catherine Marchi-Uhel
  • Contents note continued: ch. 17 Preserving the ICTY Legacy Through Partnership, Oversight, and a Regional Institution / Natasa Kandic -- ch. 18 The Critical Role of the Security Council in Preserving the Long-Term Legacy of the Tribunal / Larry D. Johnson -- pt. IV Importance of the ICTY Legacy for Victims and Communities in the Former Yugoslavia -- ch. 19 Everything to Everyone: Debate over the Final Location of the ICTY Archives / Gabrielle Kirk McDonald -- ch. 20 The Need for Large-Scale Victim Reparations / Vesna Terselic -- ch. 21 History, Myths, and the Promotion of Truth: Transforming the ICTY Legacy into a Living Memorial / Mirsad Tokaca -- ch. 22 Victims' Perspectives / Edin Ramulic -- ch. 23 The Relevance of the ICTY Legacy for the Victims and Communities in Bosnia and Herzegovina / Smail Cekic -- ch. 24 Building the ICTY Legacy for Local Communities / Mirko Klarin
  • Contents note continued: ch. 25 A Long Road Yet to Reconciliation: The Impact of the ICTY on Reconciliation and Victims' Perceptions of Criminal Justice / Refik Hodzic -- ch. 26 The ICTY Legacy in Finding Missing Persons / Lina Milner -- ch. 27 Historical Reflection and Peace Building for the Region / Kelly Askin -- ch. 28 The Archives as a Means of Confronting the Past / Bogdan Ivanisevic -- ch. 29 Turning Darkness into Light: The Quest for Justice by Srebrenica's Mothers / Munira Subasic -- pt. V Building the Capacity of National Legal Systems in the Region -- ch. 30 The Legacy of the ICTY: National and International Efforts in Capacity Building / Mark S. Ellis -- ch. 31 UN Capacity Building: Basing Efforts on Nationally-Assessed Goals, Policies, and Needs / Shelley Inglis -- ch. 32 The European Union and Its Role in Providing Support to the Regional Entities / Vincent Degert -- ch. 33 U.S. Efforts to Build Capacity in the Former Yugoslavia / Barbara M. Carlin
  • Contents note continued: ch. 34 The ICTY's Continuation Strategy: Partnership with Regional Judges and Attorneys / Fausto Pocar -- ch. 35 International Facilitation of the Self-Determined Development of the Legal System of the Former Yugoslavia / Bakone Justice Moloto -- ch. 36 The Evolution of Capacity Building Through Direct Interaction: A Prosecutor's Perspective / Norman Farrell -- ch. 37 Capacity Building: The Institutional War Crimes Legacy of the ICTY and the International Donor Community in Bosnia and Herzegovina / David Schwendiman -- ch. 38 Lessons for Teachers: Reflections on the Implementation of Capacity Building Programs in the Former Yugoslavia / Ivan Jovanovic -- pt. VI National War Crimes Proceedings: Views of Judges, Prosecutors, and Others in the Region -- ch. 39 The Transplant of Customary Law and ICTY Jurisprudence to the Courts in Bosnia and Herzegovina / Meddzida Kreso -- ch. 40 Long-Term Accountability / Milorad Barasin
  • Contents note continued: ch. 41 The Independence of the Croatian Judiciary / Branko Hrvatin -- ch. 42 Prosecution of War Crimes in Croatia / Mladen Bajic -- ch. 43 Creating a Legacy of Cooperation / Sinisa Vazic -- ch. 44 On Regional Cooperation, Progress, and the International Legacy of the ICTY / Vladimir Vukcevic -- pt. VII The Way Forward -- ch. 45 The Impact of Discourse on the Legacy of the Tribunal / Richard Dicker -- ch. 46 The Way Forward / Patrick L. Robinson -- ch. 47 Key Elements and Leading Actors in the Comprehensive Legacy Strategy of the Tribunal / John Hocking -- ch. 48 Rule of Law and the Ambition of a Regional Legacy: Overcoming Political Challenges / Richard H. Steinberg -- ch. 49 The ICTY Legacy Strategy: Responsibilities and Abilities of the International Community and The Netherlands / Ernst Hirsch Ballin -- ch. 50 Preserving the Legacy of the ICTY: A Blueprint for the Future / Srdan Arnaut -- ch. 51 The Effect of the ICTY on the Region / Ivan Simonovic
  • Contents note continued: ch. 52 Creating a Legacy for Robust Defense / Tomislav Visnjic -- pt. VIII Conclusions: Convergence and Hope -- ch. 53 Constructing the Legacy: Convergence Among the Stakeholders / Richard H. Steinberg -- ch. 54 Hope for the Future of Justice / Ernst Hirsch Ballin -- ch. 55 The Virtues of Patience and Open Discourse / Patrick L. Robinson
Control code
ocn817583903
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource (xxvi, 316 pages)
File format
unknown
Form of item
online
Isbn
9789004215641
Level of compression
unknown
Note
eBooks on EBSCOhost
Other control number
10.1163/9789004215641
Quality assurance targets
unknown
Reformatting quality
access
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)817583903

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